Juventus’ exit in UEFA Champions League quarter finals against Ajax triggering a potential changes next summer. One of the area that the Turin giant are looking to improve is their midfield.
Bianconeri reportedly are keen on overhauling that central area, but in doing it they must make some sale. The player who could be leaving Turin next summer is Miralem Pjanic.
The Bosnian has been an important part of their midfield in recent years, but Juve are looking for something more. Bianconeri’s plan is to get a big fund from selling Pjanic and use it to help funding some of their targets.
Another reason for Juve to part ways with the former AS Roma player is also because he is currently their most marketable midfielder. The 29-year-old will be valued at close to 100 million or being involved in any trade deals.
The Turin giant have been links with several top names in midfield such as Isco, Toni Kroos and Paul Pogba. Getting all three would seem very unlikely in one summer, but just one of them is a possibility.
Among those three names, Kroos seems like the most possible considering his price and situation. Although the German international remain a regular at Madrid, but they might be open to sell for the right price.